Poppy’s Picnic Dried Liver BITESSKU: DBTLB-1
British natural air dried beef liver treats
Our Poppy’s Picnic Liver BITES are chewy, tasty little morsels of dried British beef liver, perfect for treating while out and about, as a training aid or to motivate and reward good behaviour. Grain, wheat and gluten free. Naturally low fat and made in the UK
When giving treats make sure this is no more than 15% of the diet…and always feed raw treats like these. We advise a maximum of five per day (fewer if you have a diddy dog – and you can cut smaller too!). If you need guidance on how much to feed or if you are changing from another food type, please see our Feeding section or do get in touch
For us, family, great values, treading lightly on the planet and acting with good intentions means everything to us. Poppy’s Picnic was started to help our dog Poppy lead a better, healthier life and we extend our care to your dog as well.
No weird ingredients you don’t recognise, no chemical flavouring, no grains or fillers, no artificial additives – just natural dog food, freshly prepared and frozen for your convenience.
Made with 100% British air dried ox liver and nothing else.
Analysis percentage per 100g
8.9% Total Fat
3.8% Crude Ash (we don’t add ash! This is the residue left after burning the sample to make the analysis)
6.9% Crude Fibre
Find how much you need to feed your dog. Use our handy calculator below.
We recommend making a straight switch to raw. Feed your dog’s old food one evening and then Poppy’s Picnic in the morning. Most dogs will enjoy it from day one!
As it is with humans, responsible eating is super important. Finding the right balance can be hard and knowing how much to feed even harder. We really are here to help you, so any questions, do get in touch.
Every animal is an individual, they gain and lose weight depending on their life stage, metabolism and how much food and exersize they have.
If you are not sure if your dog is a little too thin or fat, just feel their ribs – are they a little too boney or are their ribs too covered? Whichever the case adjust your feeding (including treats) accordingly.